WSGW Morning Team Show:   May 19, 2022  (Thursday)

It’s the WSGW Thursday Morning Team Show with Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU…..




New Rocket Grab Plus Launch for YOU…..









Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU:     The battle over disinformation in the United States and in China  (runs 6:35)…..

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Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU:     A little music news including an artist who had to postpone a Saginaw show, a music legend who will have his life captured in a Disney presentation, and a hot band from the 1980s releases its first album in 17 years  (runs 8:49(…..










Charlie and Dave and Pat and Art and YOU:     We play the game “What Was Left in the WSGW Lunchroom”   (runs 6:05)…..










Charlie and Dave and Pat and Art and YOU:     A pro golfer in the PGA Championship thinks fans are getting overcharged for a particular item  (runs 3:11)…..










Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU:     One of the last surviving members of a legendary musical family has passed away  (runs 3:46)…..








May 18 (UPI) — A University of Arkansas baseball fan became a viral hero when he used his bare hands to catch a raccoon that dashed through the stands in between innings.

Grant Harmon, 24, of Fayetteville, was attending the Razorbacks’ game against Vanderbilt University when a raccoon caused chaos in the stands in between the seventh and eighth innings.

Harmon was caught on camera catching the raccoon by the scruff of the neck and carrying it out of the stadium.

“The opportunity just came about, and I guess I just took action and grabbed it,” Harmon told the Southwest Times. “That was a first. I have no prior experience grabbing raccoons.”

Harmon said police at the stadium advised him to release the raccoon in the parking lot, which he did.

“It was definitely a first for me, but I mean, it wasn’t anything I was afraid of necessarily,” Harmon told HawgBeat. “Raccoon hunting is not an uncommon thing in my family and friends. It was definitely something I was roughly familiar with, just maybe not in that exact sense.”

Harmon said the raccoon bit him once on the hand.

“I was about to walk back into the stadium, and the cop was like, ‘Uh, you need to go get a rabies shot, like, right now,'” Harmon said. “I drove to an ER that was close by, and they gave me my first round of rabies shots last night.”

Harmon said he has three more rounds of rabies shots coming, but they won’t keep him from attending more Razorbacks home games.

“If I have the chance to make it to Baum-Walker,” he said, “I definitely do.”









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Here is the information about the Loons/MBF Baseball Fun

MIDLAND, Mich. – The Michigan Baseball Foundation (MBF) is pleased to announce the launch of an initiative that will take one lucky ticket winner and a guest to Los Angeles and historic Dodger Stadium for the 2022 MLB All-Star Game and Home Run Derby!

MBF will sell 1,000 raffle tickets at a cost of $100 per ticket.  The drawing to determine the winner will take place on Friday, July 1 at Dow Diamond.  All proceeds from raffle ticket sales will benefit the Michigan Baseball Foundation.

This once-in-a-lifetime experience includes:

  • 4 Days and 3 Nights in Los Angeles
  • First-class airfare for two
  • Three-night hotel accommodations at Historic Biltmore Hotel
  • $1,000 debit card for food and incidentals
  • Rental Car
  • Two tickets to the MLB Home Run Derby
  • Two tickets to the MLB All-Star Game

The winner will also receive two (2) tickets to Dine on the Diamond – An Evening with Terry Collins on Thursday, July 21 at Dow Diamond.  Midland native and former MLB manager Terry Collins will serve as the guest of honor, who led the New York Mets to the 2015 World Series and also managed the Houston Astros and Anaheim Angels.

Support of this initiative will assist MBF in fulfilling its mission of charitable giving and aid in capital projects for Dow Diamond. Since 2008, MBF has awarded 321 grants totaling $1,292,465 to deserving non-profit organizations across 14 counties throughout the Great Lakes Bay Region.

Tickets can be purchased by calling the Great Lakes Loons at (989)-837-2255, visiting Dow Diamond’s box office in person Monday through Friday 9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M., or at Guest Services during Loons home games.







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